A bale of mostly red clover
Two strings crossing.
Beholding summer’s promise.
a silent hiss, a reshuffling of sunlight,
the bale opens
sheafs of dry and sweet,
Surging with green
for the flock
to ruminate upon.
Still classically disappointed with Storify’s demise and looking about for alternatives. Nothing was quite so easy as creating a story there. Lots of small tools loosely joined. pic.twitter.com/C1NNmeEh32
What I like is the “Burma Shave Sign” effect. What I like is how much media you can mix into this. This has an Edison flickers feel to it. Just turn the crank and view. Very hands on. What I like is how I can treat Twitter like a blog
What I don’t like is that I can figure out how to embed the whole thread at once from my Twitter home page. I don’t think they have that function. It would be so useful if they did. What I don’t like is how I have to put the hashtage in every tweet if you want it to stay together. Also, there is no numbering of the tweets.
I was able to move the tweets into a moment. That be twitterspeke for the twitterati. You can create collections of tweets on twitter called ‘moments’. So I put the tweets into a moment. Well, that sorta worked, but it takes you away from the blog to view. So…this is poor substitute for Storify. Compared to Storify, it sucks. Otherwise, give it a spin